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The sustenance slingers at 821 Cafe delight grumbling hunger tubs with its selection of eclectic comfort fare, served up within the cozy confines of an art-adorned cubbyhole. Impress early-rising incisors with one of 821’s distinctive breakfast dishes—served until 5 p.m.—such as the crab omelette, a swiss-covered eggtraption swaddled in spinach and tomato ($8). The picnic-basket submarine sandwich submerges grilled brie, mixed greens, apples, and pears in a honey-mustard sea ($7.25), and the Brent burger cradles a precious patty in the loving lactose arms of two grilled-cheese sandwiches ($12). The establishment also offers a smattering of vegetarian and vegan dishes, including the vegan angel-hair pasta, a noodley collaboration of sautéed veggies, sun-dried tomatoes, and garlic white-wine sauce ($9), and spleen-warming vegan chili ($4.50), as well as a lubricating selection of craft beers.
821 Cafe was reviewed in Richmond magazine and featured for its vegetarian options. Style Weekly reviewed the Brent burger, and nearly 2,500 Facebookers are fans. Yelpers give the cafe an average rating of four stars, and TripAdvisors give it an average rating of four owl eyes.
- 821 Cafe serves up lo-fi, hipster cool and a solid menu of high-quality, down-home comfort food. – Damon Tabor, Richmond magazine
- Great selection on the menu - I had a very hard time deciding among all the yummy-sounding omelets, pancakes, burritos, etc. Plus, they cater to both vegan/vegetarian and meat-loving tastes. – Stacey P., Yelp
825 W Cary St.
Richmond, Virginia 23220Get Directions